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Beyonce Gave a Speech Titled “Love” Before the US Open

Beyonce Knowles paid tribute to tennis great Serena Williams with a heartfelt advertisement that recognised Williams’s many accomplishments as well as the word “love” just before Williams moves on to the next stage of her career.

As Serena Williams gets ready for what will likely be her last appearance in the U.S. Open, a commercial for Gatorade featured several memorable moments from her career as well as those of other remarkable women.

While Serena, also 40, is one of the most motivational and accomplished players in the history of tennis, Beyonce, also 40, has instead focused on something else that makes her great: her love for the game and for herself.

Consequently, Beyonce has become one of the best players in the world. “When the rest of the world finally records her achievements in history, we will start where she did: with love. No points. Zero scores. She began the advertisement by saying, “Just love.”

Beyonce stated that Serena’s love will be remembered for “generations,” and she highlighted the fact that Serena’s self-love is really what made her such an icon. This was in addition to the many accomplishments that Serena had on the court.

“A movement that encourages loving exactly who you are and who you have the potential to be. being so in love with one’s identity that one’s fundamental essence can no longer be contained within that identity.

“It’s important to be able to appreciate the way you move and the sound of your own voice,” she remarked.

“To feel like a queen without making any apologies, and to have the crown perpetually. should appreciate every ounce of muscle and every contour that your body possesses.


Beyonce highlighted some of the other titles that the player has had that truly make her “one of a kind,” including “being a proud, Black woman, a parent, a dreamer, [and] a leader,” even though Serena has so many victories under her belt already. These titles include “being a parent,” “dreaming,” “and “leader.”

As Bey ended her address, she returned to the subject of how Serena has served as an inspiration to a great number of people throughout her career.

She remarked, “So when you write her down in history, regardless of who you are or where you are, we’ll remember what she’s taught us: a movement to love you.” “So when you write her down in history,”

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During an interview with Vogue earlier in August, Serena disclosed that she would be “moving on” from her professional tennis career. She told the publication, “I’m here to tell you that I’m evolving away from tennis, toward other things that are important to me.”

“I’m here to tell you that I’m evolving away from tennis,” she said. She had previously stated that the United States Open in September would be the last tournament she will compete in.

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